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How to Read mule-app.properties File Inside Your Mule Flow [Snippet]

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How to Read mule-app.properties File Inside Your Mule Flow [Snippet]

This quick snippet will let you be able to see the mule-app.properties file in your Mule Flow.

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Hello everyone,

Here I will show you how to see the mule-app.properties file inside your Mule flow.

You just need to add these lines of code in your Java component class, which will enable you to read the property file and load it into a Properties object:

I hope this helps!

public class PropertySampleReader {

    Properties prop = new Properties();
    InputStream input = null;

    public String propertyRead() throws IOException {
        @SuppressWarnings("unused")
        Properties properties = System.getProperties();
        System.out.println(properties);
        System.out.println(properties.get("company"));

        input = getClass().getResourceAsStream("/mule-app.properties");
      
        prop.load(input);

        System.out.println(prop);
        return "XYZ";
    }
}

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